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Category Archives: Ancestry
The question at GeneaBloggers today is this: Do you collaborate with others in terms of your own family history research, and if so, what methods do you use? I’m a great fan of collaboration where genealogy is concerned. Asking questions, … Continue reading
Even though it’s late in the day, late in the week, I wanted to share a few things from this week. Grandpa S. liked dry-roasted peanuts. I dreamed a fascinating dream the other night. I won’t bore you with the … Continue reading
When we were young, Mom used to make her hot cocoa mix every winter. She would store it in gallon sized ice cream buckets. It was my favorite treat after coming inside from those cold Northern Michigan Winter days when … Continue reading
I confess. Family History is like a puzzle. It’s not only about finding all of the pieces, but then putting those pieces together and then understanding the picture it creates. At times, this is a daunting project. I am still … Continue reading